Woman charged with assault
•LAWRENCEVILLE - A Lawrenceville woman is wanted for allegedly attacking her ex-boyfriend and his mother Thursday at his home on Fescue Circle.
Nancy Castillo, 33, forced her way inside her ex-boyfriend's house and started arguing with him, according to police reports. When the victim's mother came to the door, Castillo reportedly started yelling at her and insulting her.
Castillo scratched the woman and ripped the nightgown she was wearing, the report said. She then took out a knife and tried to slash the tires of their vehicles. The ex-boyfriend attempted to pull her away, but Castillo allegedly bit him and stabbed him in the hand. Castillo is charged with aggravated assault.
3 men robbed Waffle House
•NORCROSS - Three men robbed the Waffle House on Saturday at 7044 Jimmy Carter Blvd.
Two of the men, who were all wearing black ski masks, entered the restaurant at 3:30 a.m. The third robber stood just inside the door and kept a lookout, according to a police report. The suspects announced "this is a robbery; give me all your money."
One was armed with a pistol, and the other had a knife. After grabbing cash from the register, the robbers fled in a white passenger vehicle that was waiting nearby, witnesses told police.
One of the two suspects who came inside the restaurant was a light-skinned black man about 5 feet 9 inches tall. The other suspect was described as a short, dark-skinned black man. Both wore jeans and a dark T-shirt, and both appeared to be teenagers.
No description of the third suspect was listed.
in the arm
•NORCROSS - A man was stabbed in the arm during an argument with his brother-in-law Friday at Silverleaf Apartments on Tree House Parkway, according to a police report.
The two men were involved in a dispute at about 8:45 p.m. when Jose Julian Serrato, 28, allegedly picked up a knife and stabbed his brother-in-law in the arm. When another roommate tried to intervene, he was cut on the hand.
Serrato left before police could arrive, but he was arrested later that day on an aggravated assault charge. When questioned about the incident, he told police everything happened so fast, he did not remember where he got the knife from, a report stated. Serrato claimed he didn't mean to stab his brother-in-law.
A background check revealed Serrato was a deported felon. An officer asked why he returned to the U.S. after being deported, and Serrato reportedly replied he thought it was OK for him to come back."
- From staff reports